For most of us, brunch means mid-morning bliss, full of fun-in-the-sun day drinking, shared plates of French toast, and a few slabs of crispy, hangover-curing bacon. But working brunch?
Americans are obsessed with celebrity chefs. We talk about them, tweet about them and try to eat like them. But could we learn something more from them than recipes and technique?
Unfortunately, I’m not joking as it’s a hopeless reality for many chefs. Everyone knows chefs do long hours, that’s just part of the job, right?
Somethings that we just don't want to talk about...